ABOUT SARS :

The South African Revenue Service (SARS) is South Africa’s tax collecting authority, responsible for administering both the tax system and customs service of the country. SARS promotes compliance with tax and customs law and promotes trade, development, and economic growth.

SARS’ main goals are:
To ensure an increase in customs
To practice compliance
To ensure citizens experience fairness when doing business with SARS
To ensure the increase of internal efficiencies and cost-effectiveness
To ensure the public’s trust and credibility in SARS is increased

APPLICATION DEADLINE:

Applications may be accepted throughout the year.

ABOUT THE COMPANY PROVIDING THE LEARNERSHIP:

Location: various locations across South Africa
Duration: 12 to 36 months

Learnerships are an opportunity for students to obtain a formal NQF qualification in their selected field of study. Students enter into a learnership contract and must comply with the Sector Education and Training Authority (SETA) obligations. SARS learnerships are offered within the following fields:

  • Internal Auditing
  • Forensic Accounting
  • Security Studies
  • Human Resources

These learnership programmes are applicable to those who have completed Matric, unemployed graduates and FET students. Students are required to partake in a 12 – 36 month contract and will received a stipend each month. Once the learnership programme has been completed, students who satisfy SARS requirements can apply for a permanent position.

MINIMUM REQUIREMENTS NEEDED TO APPLY:

Before applying, please ensure that you meet ALL of the following minimum entry criteria – failure to satisfy all the requirements will result in your application being disqualified:

  • Must be a South African citizen
  • Must have completed Matric
  • Must have obtained good results for English, Mathematics/ Accounting in Matric
  • OR
  • Must have completed studies at a Further Education and Training (FET) College/ Higher Learning Institution and received a qualification in the field you are seeking employment

 

HOW TO APPLY FOR THE LEARNERSHIP PROGRAMME:

Applications must be submitted online for SARS Learnerships

Enter the word “learnership” in the keyword search bar – you will then be directed to a list of the latest learnership opportunities.

Candidates may view the guidelines to apply for a vacancy at SARS
Applicants may be required to submit the following supporting documentation with their application:

  • Certified copy of your ID document
  • Certified copy of your Matric certificate
  • Certified copy of your FET qualification or academic record
  • Curriculum Vitae

CONTACT THE LEARNERSHIP PROGRAMME PROVIDER FOR QUERIES:

For any queries related to this internship programme, please contact SARS directly:
SARS Pipeline Development Programme
Email: [email protected]

Head Office: Pretoria, Gauteng
Telephone number: 012 422 4000